no effect "optimize accelaration with gps data"

ml
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no effect "optimize accelaration with gps data"

Postby ml » Sun May 26, 2019 10:03 am

in older Versions you could see an effect in the accelaration curve, no more in current versions
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Re: no effect "optimize accelaration with gps data"

Postby racetec » Tue May 28, 2019 1:22 pm

The algorithms have been gradually tweaked over time, in particular the GPS/accelerometer is now less aggressive as it was affected too much with poor GPS data - I guess that is the difference you are seeing. Are you doing braking tests?

ml
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Re: no effect "optimize accelaration with gps data"

Postby ml » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:55 pm

Yes, braking tests.
I assumed the GPS-correction was for the wrong measurement due to the pitch angle. But now no correction anymore?

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Re: no effect "optimize accelaration with gps data"

Postby racetec » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:49 am

The GPS correction of accelerometers is generally good at correcting an offset in the DL1 mounting, and gradients - but its "too slow" for pitch correction during braking.

If you are doing brake testing and require good accuracy we supply arrange of equipment for this exact purpose - if you want to discuss then please drop us an email at sales @ race-technology dot com.


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